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    Default Re: Question for the graphic designers

    from http://www.pptfaq.com/FAQ00054.htm

    Don't know if it'll help...

    High resolution bitmaps from Acrobat Reader
    With nothing more than the free Acrobat Reader, you can import high or low resolution bitmaps of PDF pages into your presentations.

    You probably have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader software so you can view and print PDFs. If not,
    you can download it here or if you know which version you want try this text-only page.

    Open your PDF in Reader.
    If you have Reader 5 or earlier
    Choose the Graphics Select Tool from the toolbar (click and hold the toolbar button to the right of the zoom tool; when the flyout menu appears, click the rightmost button on it).
    Use the Graphics Select Tool to drag a rectangle surrounding the area of the page you'd like to use in your PowerPoint presentation.
    Choose Edit, Copy or press Ctrl+C, then switch to PowerPoint and choose Edit, Paste or press Ctrl+V to paste a copy of the selected area of the PDF file into your presentation.
    If the result is too low-rez, switch back to Reader and without changing anything else, type a higher zoom percentage into the zoom text box at the lower left of the Reader window, then re-do the copy and paste into PowerPoint.
    If you have Reader 6
    Use the snapshot tool (a camera icon with a dotted line around it on the Basic toolbar), drag the crosshairs to draw a box around area you want to copy. The snapshot tool automatically copies the selected area to the clipboard; you can then paste it into PowerPoint. If you want higher resolution, zoom in on the image while it's still selected, then rightclick it and choose "Copy Selected Graphic"
    Don't get too frisky with the zoom trick. If you zoom in too close, you can put so much data on the clipboard that it brings your system to its knees. Start at a fairly low zoom setting like 200% and work your way up to a value that works well for you.
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    so you basically want something like this:



    But don't have the way to convert the pdf? I can do it for you if you want.
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    As in, bad results...or no results?
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    Send me the pdf and I'll insert the art into a powerpoint slide and send it back. My email is on Hoops.sports.ws (I'm "Venice")
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    Glad it worked out.
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    SilverStrife FTW!

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    Default Re: Question for the graphic designers

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    Yeah, the solution was so easy.

    I'm just hoping I can switch my topic like this on such short notice. "Female portrayal in Japanimation" might not be what the conference organizers were looking for.
    It's what he does.

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